Curriculum

Humanities Class

Curriculum By Form

Curriculum By Department

With over 10 academic departments and a range of special programs and electives, there is something at the Abbey to pique the interest of every student.

Sample Form III Schedule

First page of the PDF file: SampleWeeklySchedule
Student in class

To fulfill the graduation requirements, a student must
complete twenty units from the following courses:

Christian Doctrine: One course in each year of attendance

English: One course in each year of attendance

Humanities: One course in Form IV (combines English, History, and Theology and counts for two credits)

Mathematics: Three years (all students are strongly recommended to take math during each year of attendance)

Science: Two years (all students are strongly recommended to take at least the core of Physics, Chemistry and Biology)

Modern Languages: Three years of one or two years of two languages (French, Greek, Latin, Spanish or Chinese); students with native fluency may be exempted from this requirement.

Classics: Students entering in Form III are required to take Latin.

History: Form III students are required to take Ancient/Medieval History. Form IV students are required to take Humanities. All students are required to take one year of US History.

Arts: One full credit course or an approved equivalent